State Planning Board Transportation reports
These records are housed in the Utah State Archives' permanent storage room.
An agency history is available.
Scope and Content
State planning agencies throughout the nation made long-range plans for the development of their state's transportation systems. They worked cooperatively with federal, state, and local agencies to create studies of traffic movement, airports, roadside developments, marking, farm-to-market roads, zoning, parkways, recreational areas, public finance, and other problems, This series includes reports on airports and airways; a preliminary transportation plan; railroad company addresses and freight rates; and maps of railroad lines, a road map of Utah, and a map of a ten-year road improvement plan.
Alphabetical by report.
Maps from the State Planning Board, Series 5597, This also has maps of transportation routes.
Traffic Safety Council records from the State Planning Board, Series 22030, This series has reports on transportation studies
This series is classified as Public.
Cite the Utah State Archives and Records Service, the creating agency name, the series title, and the series number.
This series was processed by M. Call in June 1999 and updated in August 2004 by G. Strack after having been filmed. Box and folder numbers for the microfilm reel have been retained for reference purposes only.
- Traffic surveys—Utah.
|1||1||1||Airports and airways; 1934|
|1||1||2||Preliminary transportation plan; 1934|
|1||1||2||(Map- see Oversize)|
|1||1||3||Railroad company addresses|
|1||1||4||Railroad freight rates; 1933-1938|
|10||1||Railroad lines: Provo, Brigham City, and Garfield|
|10||2||Road map of Utah|
|10||3||Ten year road improvement plan|
Page Last Updated October 18, 2012.